On warmer Earth, most of Arctic may remove, not add, methane (ISME Journal)

By Morgan Kelly, Office of Communications In addition to melting icecaps and imperiled wildlife, a significant concern among scientists is that higher Arctic temperatures brought about by climate change could result in the release of massive amounts of carbon locked in the region's frozen soil in the form of carbon dioxide and methane. Arctic permafrost … Continue reading On warmer Earth, most of Arctic may remove, not add, methane (ISME Journal)